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  • GETTING STARTED WITH

    Repair Estimate

  • GLASSS Repair Estimate

    Repair Estimate GETTING STARTEDThank you for purchasing Repair Estimate, the tool that increases your productivity by helping you to complete damage calculations quicker:

    Advanced graphics: State-of-the-art graphic technology brings the most detailed, clear and realistic graphics for quicker part selection.

    Dynamic part display: Check visually how parts change depending on the vehicle configuration only the right parts will be displayed for each equipment combination.

    Easier part identification: Consistent part location and naming for all vehicles makes it easier to search for parts.

    Speedy Zone: This graphic displays the areas and parts most prone to damage.

    Click once, calculate many Use the quick operation buttons for instant calculation, combined with the multiple part and operation selections.

    CONTENTSExploring the user interface

    Selecting and registering parts

    Viewing and printing the calculation report

    Your FAQs answered

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  • GLASSS Repair Estimate

    EXPLORINGTHE USER INTERFACEThis is the main screen of Repair Estimate, here are the top things to look out for:

    Vehicle description

    Body and Speedy Zone toggle

    Paint only mode

    Additional works and free parts

    Part search

    Calculation report

    Graphics zoom

    Vehicle navigation

    Vehicle zone selected

    Detailed part selection view

    Icons for parts that do not have graphics or multiple parts grouped together i.e an engine

    Side selection controls

    Selected part description

    List of registered parts and paint positions

    Accumulated repair costs

    Commonly used part and paint operations

    Zone tab: Used to define equipment options for the vehicle zone selected

    Part tab: displays specific part information

    Text Tree tab: Manual part selection

    CLICK TONAVIGATE SECTIONS

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    GETTING STARTED EXPLORING THE USER INTERFACE2 SELECTING AND REGISTERING PARTS3 VIEWING AND PRINTING THE CALCULATION REPORT4 FAQs5 HOMEGETTING STARTED EXPLORING THE USER INTERFACE2 SELECTING AND REGISTERING PARTS3 VIEWING AND PRINTING THE CALCULATION REPORT4 FAQs5 HOME

  • GLASSS Repair Estimate

    SELECTINGAND REGISTERING PARTS

    The starting point of a new calculation is the Speedy Zone. You can select parts from here directly.

    If you need more detail than the Speedy Zone you can navigate to any specific vehicle zone by clicking on the navigation graphic.

    Select equipment options for the active Zone in the Zone tab. You can hover over options to see how the graphics change according to each option combination.

    Locate your part in the detailed view. Hover over the part to display more detailed information.

    If needed, you can zoom in or out the picture.

    Select the part that you want to add to the calculation by clicking once on the graphic. you will see the part name appear in the selected part description.

    Use the side selection buttons to set if the part is from the left or right hand side of the vehicle.

    If there are additional options relevant for the selected part, you can define them in the Part tab.The part number, price and time will change according to your selection.

    CLICK TONAVIGATE SECTIONS

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    Note: Outline colours on the graphic shows the part status

    Hover over, Selected, Registered Fill colour on the graphic indicates the part material,

    Aluminium, high strength steel , etc...

    Hover over to highlight

    Follow these steps to find and add parts to the calculation:

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  • GLASSS Repair Estimate

    Click on any of the Operation buttons for New, Remove and Install, Repair or Other.

    The operation will be registered for the selected part, together with the default automatic paint level for that part (if paintable).

    Alternatively you can register parts by double clicking on their graphic. A box will appear where you can select the desired operation for Part or Paint.

    The Operation buttons will show in dark blue for each registered part. You can change the operation at any time.

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    Note: You can select multiple parts using the button

    or with Ctrl + Click, and register the same operation for all.

    It is also possible to register certain combinations of multiple operations for the selected part(s)(i.e Repair+Remove&Install)

    Hover over to highlight

    GETTING STARTED EXPLORING THE USER INTERFACE2 SELECTING AND REGISTERING PARTS3 VIEWING AND PRINTING THE CALCULATION REPORT4 FAQs5 HOME

  • GLASSS Repair Estimate

    COLOUR CODINGFOR MATERIALS

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    Fill colour on the graphic indicates the material that the part is made from.

    Colour codes are displayed in this table.

    MATERIAL FILL

    Aluminium

    CFC / Carbon

    Plastic (elastomere)

    Glass fiber reinforced plastic

    Plastic

    Steel (exterior body panels)

    Steel (interior body panels)

    High Strenght Steel

    Very High Strength Steel

    Ultra High Strength Steel

    Textile

    Glass

    Magnesium

    Alloy Wheels

    Undefined

    Partial sections

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  • GLASSS Repair Estimate

    VIEWING AND PRINTINGTHE CALCULATION REPORTThis report gives you an exact overview of the total costs as well as the individual costs for parts, labour and paint.

    You can show the calculation report at any time during the damage calculation process by clicking on the calculator icon

    You can directly print the calculation report or save the report as PDF or MS Word file.

    CLICK TONAVIGATE SECTIONS

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    Note: It is also possible to create bespoke Repair Estimate reports by clicking Extras in the tool bar then selecting Settings.

    PDF reportFULL REPORT Print

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  • 5CLICK TO NAVIGATE SECTIONS

    EXPLORING THE USER INTERFACE2

    HOME

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    SELECTING AND REGISTERING PARTS3

    FAQs5

    Repair Estimate

    For an extensive list of frequently asked questions, access to our training videos and other user guides, please visit our website.

    VIEWING AND PRINTING THE CALCULATION REPORT4

    YOUR FAQs ANSWERED

    http://www.glassbusiness.co.uk/repair-estimate-user-videos

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